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    Bypassing XP logon screen

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    by reginaldbowden2002 ·

    How do I bypass Windows XP Professional logon screen, from start to the desktop.

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    • #2671151

      Reply To: Bypassing XP logon screen

      by pvisnicky ·

      In reply to Bypassing XP logon screen

      Hi,
      check out
      Microsoft Knowledge Base Article – 315231
      How to Enable Automatic Logon in Windows
      http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;315231

      Paul

      • #2671150

        Reply To: Bypassing XP logon screen

        by pvisnicky ·

        In reply to Reply To: Bypassing XP logon screen

        Okay, my link does not seem to work right after its posted.

        Go to Microsoft.com > Support > Knowledge base
        Search for Article 315231
        at least that works

    • #2671072

      Reply To: Bypassing XP logon screen

      by joseph moore ·

      In reply to Bypassing XP logon screen

      Here is a short link to the Technet article that the first answer was posting:

      http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=315231

      You could also configure this using TWEAKUI, one of the Power Toys for XP. Go here:

      http://tinyurl.com/36n

      and download TWEAKUI. Install it, then open it up and click on the Logon tab to set it.

    • #2670933

      Reply To: Bypassing XP logon screen

      by cg it ·

      In reply to Bypassing XP logon screen

      I think what this person wants to know is how do they bypass the logon screen on an XP Pro computer that has the require CTL+ALT+DEL plus user name and password requirement for XP Pro.

      If the computer has this security requirement enabled, there really isn’t a way to bypass it to gain access to the computer. The tech articles mentioned assume that you have access to it as well as Joe’s TweakUI advise. To use TweakUI one must have access to the computer to install it. Further if the computer is part of a network running W2K AD or W03 AD, group policy may have been applied and depending upon that group policy, further restrictions to access that computer or the domain and portions thereof may apply.

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